Top 3 events for June, 27th

On the Thursday preceding the LGBTI + Pride Parade, Dublin has many events. You can not miss any of them. Come meet this day that promises to be colorful and diverse. Enjoy it!

Mart’nalia sings Vinicius de Morais

In Brazil we say that “who does not like samba, good person is not”. So, the first tip is to enjoy the presentation of the Brazilian singer Mart’nalia. She was born and bred in the heart of Rio de Janeiro samba scene. Today she is one of Brazil’s most exciting new artists, ready to carry the classic rhythms of Rio into the future. Performing with her full band from Rio, Mart’nália is samba.


Empowering Change – Dublin Lesbian Line Research Launch

The Dublin Lesbian Line presents in The Tara Building the night of female activism, music, poetry and empowerment. Also we will launch the findings from the first ever Irish research project into sexual harassment of LGBTQIA+ Women. Featuring Stephanie Fogarty – Ms Gay Ireland, poetry from spoken word artist Vicky Curtis and special musical guest to be announced.

  • When: 27th, June – 7 – 9 pm
  • Where: The Tara Building
  • How much: This is a free event but please be sure to register so we have enough food and drink for everyone!
  • Eventbrite


Feckett Pride Show

Feckett is a night of Improvisational Stand Up Comedy. Every show talented comedians take to the stage and perform stand up material based on suggestions from the audience. A fun night of unique, weird and wonderful humour and all made up on the spot.

  • When: 27th, June – 8 – 10.30 pm
  • Where: Drop Dead Twice
  • How much: Door- € 5.00 or € 2.00 for students

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Rodrigo Valadares
I am Rodrigo from Brazil. I have worked as a journalist there since 1999, always as a text editor and content on TV. I am 43 years old and now I am living in Dublin. I have discovered how fascinating it is to know and live others cultures since I arrived here.

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